Lloyd Anderson points the way to 7Wonders.
The new lighted marqui can be easily seen from the
This new 55-seat auditorium during construction is now
used regularly for seminars
God's faithful missionaries hard at work.
The completed structure and gardens welcome visitors
Lloyd has been hard creating new parking spaces.
Admission to the 7Wonders museum is free of charge.
Lloyd and Chris Ashcraft discuss creation documentaries.
Posters and specimens make for an educational experience.
A plethora of information on the monument.
Sign reads - From recreational paradise to barren
moonscape in nine hours.
The new auditorium is available for seminars to visiting
The Design Science Association and the Creation
Association of Puget Sound field trip.
Lloyd introduces Steve Austin who gave seminar October
Out the back of the auditorium lies God's natural
spendor in full view.
Ducks, geese and elk frequent the adjacent wetlands.
A wetland view from the new auditorium at dusk.